Complete Plan: When Should I Start Studying For The SAT At Home?

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If you want to prepare for the SAT at home, you should definitely consider your study preferences, SAT goals, and resources before deciding on a study plan. Usually, we suggest that you start your SAT preparation early. Around three months before the test, you should have enough buffers to try a few approaches to the analysis and be confident with the nature of the test.






1. You must have enough time for your preparation for 3 months of time for SAT preparation is enough. A proper time table must be followed.

2. Collect study material according to the syllabus of the SAT. 

3.  Start from zero and study the topic thoroughly and practice as many questions as possible. The practice is the only key for the SAT.

4.  If you have any problem in any topic of mathematics or English see the video available on YouTube or on our site.

5.  Make a group of friends who are preparing for the SAT, so that you may discuss the problem and get the latest updates about exam and all other things.

6. Take any online test series. Take every week two or three mock tests to evaluate those mock tests find out your point of weakness and work on those points.

7.  The last but most important point in your study is the regularity in which students are generally lacking at home.






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